Linear progression tells us that 1+1=2. The sequence goes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10….
You know the deal.
Multidimensional progression follows the following sequence: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144…
This is known as the Fibonacci sequence, or the Golden Ratio, aka 1.618.
The latter sequence contains the secret of true exponential growth, and holds a key to understanding the sacred architecture of the universe.
From the tiniest dancing atoms to the largest spiraling galaxies, all growth in the universe follows this pattern.
This formula gives us direct access to one of our most profound gifts: the ability to tap into the field of infinite possibility and create anything we can imagine.
This takes us beyond the matrix and aligns us with our true selves. Throughout the ages, those who have understood this formula have thrived in all aspects of their lives.
But those who do not understand how this pattern applies, tend to fight for their limitations and try hard to convince us that 1+1=2 and that there cannot be any other way, because 1+1 can only ever add up to 2. This is usually because they are invested in the rest of the world believing that 1+1 can only ever add up to 2. Because coming face to face with the true nature of reality and embracing infinite possibility can be scary compared to the familiarity of a well-defined comfort zone.
It was Einstein who said that we cannot solve a problem by using the same type of thinking that created the problem. Trying to solve a problem from inside the matrix is incredibly tedious. It is comparable to using a computer with a virus to attempt to write a program that will eliminate the virus.
If we step beyond our programming, our self-imposed limitations, our opinions about how things “should be”, if go beyond what we have been told to think and told to believe, we can connect directly to source, perceive truth from a higher vantage point, and find solutions beyond our wildest imaginings.
This is how we create new contexts.
This is the original “outside the box” thinking.
Deep concepts for a Monday morning? Maybe.
But if you’re not spending your Monday with joy in your heart, doing something that you absolutely love doing, perhaps this is something worth considering.
What do you really wish to create in your life? What would it take for you to get there?
The shortest distance between two points isn’t necessarily a straight line. It’s more like a grand, paradigm shattering, quantum leap.
Maybe you’ll land on your feet. Maybe you’ll lose your footing and stumble. As long as you get back up and keep on moving forward. Either way you will be one leap closer to what you want your life to look like.
I invite you to take a leap towards your dreams this week.
And do it with love.